Extreme dynamic loading by humans on footbridges
Date published

22 June 2022

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Extreme dynamic loading by humans on footbridges

Date published

22 June 2022



A poster from a project funded by the Institution’s 2020/21 Undergraduate Research Grants.

The aim of this project is to discover which running metric causes the greatest effect on the acceleration of a footbridge.

Author: Robert Evans
Poster: Robert Evans
Supervisor: Dr Stana Zivanovic
University: University of Exeter

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